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iv e from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> they are doing it in the home. it is shocking. >> now at 11:00 p.m. an illegal pot operation goes up in smoke in a east bay neighborhood and now the search is on for the growers. good evening i am juliette goodrich. the fire broke out this afternoon at a home in antioch. a mile south of highway 4. kpix 5's joe vazquez shows us firefighters found a rigged up electrical system. >> reporter: inside the fire the contra costa county fire district tweeted out photos of an illegal marijuana grow house. rows and rows of plants take up most of the house.
firefighters say there were marijuana plants in every room of the house except for the front room where it appears people have been sleeping in beds. >> filled with plant in various stages. >> well over 50, not more than a couple hundred. >> reporter: officials say whoever was managing the grow house made it difficult to get inside. beams blocked the doors. bars on the windows. wires rigged to get extra electricity to the lighting system. >> what makes it illegal, they may have all the personalities and the ability to grow but what they did was illegally using power. they had by passed the meter and not paying for their power from pg&e and they went to the street to get their power. that makes it illegal. >> it was that close and they are doing it in the home, it is shocking.
>> reporter: no arrests so far. the fire department says they are investigating the possibility a discarded cigarette may have started the fire outside the front door but detectives are still working to find out the exact cause. joe vazquez, kpix 5. new tonight at 11:00 p.m. a mobile home goes up in flames. firefighters shot this video showing the motor home engulfed in flames. over head power lines fell across the proper. two people live at the home and have not been located. they may have been out of the home before the fire started. the cause of the fire is under investigation. new video of sharks off the california coast. 2 dozen spotted 100 yards off the beach today. the beach has been closed till tomorrow. >> i make surf boards for a living and all the local sales drop off. >> this is the oregon county
sexual harassment, this area is populated at the moment with large great white sharks. >> one sexual harassment pilot says in 25 years of flying he has never seen so many sharks so close to shore. the search for a missing ban who was boating will -- man who was boating will resume tomorrow. the man is from fairfield. >> we found that as the search continued on, three boaters were safe. and we are currently in -- still in an active surp search for the -- search for the 4th boater. >> they suspended the search around 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. president donald trump rapped up his -- wrapped up his trip to saudi arabia.
the president's speech on fighting radical islamic terrorism was the center of the visit. >> reporter: during a speech in saudi arabia sunday. >> muslim nations must be willing to take on the murden if we are going to de-- burden if we are going to defeat terrorism. >> the president singled out aron as a source of financial back. he announced a precipitation with muslim countries to cut off funding. >> till the iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace all nations must work together to isolate iran. >> reporter: during his first stop saudi arabia pledged to spend billions on infrastructure projects in the u.s. and military equipment but the arms deal raised red flags.
we look forward to -- >> we look forward to your visit. >> reporter: hamas is israel's enemy. the leader disputed the claim linking it to terrorist organizations. >> al-qaeda, hamas, and so many others must be counted in the number of dead, it also must be counted in generations of vanished dreams. >> reporter: president trump says the ultimate deal would be a lasting peace agreement. cbs news, new york. >> president trump is also expected to meet with palestinian president. north korea test fired another ballistic missile today. it is the second ballistic missile test in a week. it flew 300 miles before plunging into the waters off the east coast. japan foreign minister said it
is analyzing the ballistic missile. this is the 8th ballistic missile test this year. carpool tomorrow if you can or use public transit. a spare the air day alert will be in effect because of smog. the pollution could be dangerous for seniors, children and people with heart or breathing problems. climate change could cause more flooding along the california coast over the next few decades. east cliff drive in santa cruz floods once every 5 years but scientists expect it to become more common. kpix 5's kiet do has a view now from sky drone 5. >> reporter: east cliff drive in santa cruz, mostly beauty and sometimes danger. low lying stretches like this where the road dips towards the sea floods about once every 5
years. but a new study is sounding the alarm. frequency of coastal flooding will double globy. the usgs says it doesn't take much. >> 10 centimeters, 4 inches could dawes flooding frequent see it double. >> reporter: this images prove it. flooding like this has become common. in santa cruz, east cliff drive this year it was a rough winter and in year's past in southern california. >> so it is a global problem that is coming more sooner than people think it will. >> kind of a scary thought. >> reporter: he owned this home enoughs cliff drive for 25 years and says sometimes there isn't much of a beach at all. >> not much we can do about it other than that, you know, just kind of keep an eye on it. >> reporter: climate change has already been set in motion but
it is not too late to do something. >> do you think we reached the point of no return? >> i think we have sea level rise baked in to the center. no matter what we do. it is important to realize that decisions have to be made today to lessen the impact in the future. >> reporter: kiet do, kpix 5. the police department is doing ors training tomorrow and that means you want to avoid one area. detours are set up around the 400 block of "b" street where they will conduct the training exercise starting at 9:30 a.m. the road will reopen around 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon. >> style come, bay to breakers, and the mellower tone a the san francisco race. also, how a bay area cat was reconnected with its owners in georgia after several years. plus this very scary video of a little girl dragged into the
. cat missing for six years in hayward turned up and the owners who moved away never forgot about him. betty yu shows us how the cat was found ask the effort to get him back to his family in georgia. >> the couple in georgia said they had him since he was weight weeks old and lost him after they moved to the bay area in 2011. they spent a long time looking looking for him with no luck and then a few days ago they got a call. >> he was meowing over here and we were getting our mail. >> for six years no one in this community knew who this cat belonged to. >> people in the complex recognized him because he had been wandering around for a couple years. seemed like to us that he may have had an owner but nobody
bothered to take him to a veterinarian and have him scanned for a chip. >> reporter: till the cat crossed pathed with them. when they found him he was dirty and underweight but friendly. the microchip traced him back to his owners. a military couple who had moved to georgia in 2015. all this time he had been roaming the same few blocks. >> she was crying. i started crying. we were both just so happy. stories like this don't happen. >> reporter: but now both couples are coming up short on getting him back so she started a go fund me page to raise enough funds to pay for airfare. she says anything left over will go a local rescue and vet's office. betty yu, kpix 5. engineers were in
sacramento tonight talking about last winter's oroville dam crisis. both state and federal inspectors missed signs the dam's two spill ways could fail. the agency is now doing an audit on how inspections are done. and officials directed an appall edge to the 180,000 people who had to evacuate in february. >> for the stress and fear and -- and -- general mayhem that was introduced to their lives i would like to add that we owe them a severe -- a huge debt of gratitude for safely evacuating and patiently waiting to come back. >> the main spill way is shut down for the summer and there is a repair project underway. new tonight at 11:00 p.m. if you are the parent of a teenager you know they spend a lot of time glued to the phone. now, there is a new app that
aims to curb phone addiction. >> can you set the table? how is the home work coming? are we planning to go somewhere or what? >> reporter: my son is on his phone all day long. and he gets annoyed with me when i ask him to get off. even for our first tv interview ever. >> reporter: do you find it difficult to be on your phone all the time? >> i don't feel it difficult to be on my phone. >> reporter: he is entertaining himself with social media, texting and more. everything but making a phone call. >> reporter: how many hours a day do you sickle through the internet? >> if you added it up, i would
say six hours a day. >> we have a lot of parent, students, people who feel bad about their use of technology. >> reporter: he says we don't have to feel tied to our technology anymore. onaward is designed to help us break our addiction to our smart phone. users are assigned a bought coach giving break downs on screen time, check ins help folks stay on track and there is an option to set blocks on apps or sights, limiting screen time to 15 minutes a day. important behavioral change since he pick up our phones over 100 times a day. >> you know, as few as 10 years ago we didn't have this device at all. this is a new habit that has been created since the smart phone. the habit of fulling your phone -- pulling your phone out of your pocket.
>> reporter: an app is only as good as how you use it. >> compliance is really the key. if we don't follow through it doesn't matter how good our intentions are. >> reporter: he wanted to use his phone once so he used it for one week. he didn't like it. let's take a look. over 9 days onaward reduced his screen time by an hour away. one day he went below two hours of screen time but he binged on two days. >> it is not possible for somebody to resist that idea on your own. easily. what you need, i think, is what we all need, is an algorithm.
>> reporter: as for me as a dad i found it easier to get and hold his attention while he used the app. it is nice to have a chat with my son that doesn't involve his phone. >> it has a $15 monthly subscription fee. we topped out in the low 90s once again today. folks along the coast saying what are you talking about, it was chilly. we stayed socked in along the coast. clouds stick around through the evening hours. future cast tomorrow. tomorrow morning, head into work, going to see the coastal clouds, the fog once again. into the afternoon, pulls back a little away from the coast and then sunshine for many locations along the coast.
inland sunshine and warm temperatures once again for tomorrow. that high pressure, the ridge remains in place for one more day before it shifts inland and we see temperatures decrease. for tomorrow, once again cooler along the coast. we have the marine influence with the warm air mass and the high pressure in place for one more day. temperatures going to reach into the 90s for one more day. maybe a few degrees cooler than today for some locations. but over all similar to the weekend forecast. highs tomorrow, low to middle 90s. warmest spots in the east bay. upper 80s for the south bay and san jose. mid-80s for mountain view. mid-60s along the coast. mid-70s for san francisco. 80 degrees for oakland. and east bay locations. napa 89. 87 tomorrow in santa rosa. we are off to a foggy morning with a cool afternoon tomorrow
along the coast but sunshine tomorrow inland. weather cools on tuesday. more cooling wednesday and beyond. a look at the extended forecast. tomorrow 90s inland. 60s along the coast. cooling begins along the coast for tuesday but for everyone wednesday and more so towards the end of next week. coming up, the little girl dragged in to the water by a sea lion. where the scary situation played out. >> plus we will take you along the race route from today's bay to breakers run in san francisco. >> and i am dennis o'donnell, next on game day, headed to san antonio where the warriors are on the brink of getting into the nba finals. >> don't like it, don't watch it. >> a stanford legend takes the field for perhaps the last
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to run the 12-kilometers across the city. and kpix 5's wilson walker was there with the 40,000 runners and the 100,000 fans. >> reporter: it always start with the quiet morning run through the city. and then comes everything else. [ music playing ] >> reporter: 9:30 a.m. the party was stretched out over several miles. if you weren't in the middle you might have been caught in the collateral damage on every surrounding street. >> uber driver, i can't work. [ laughter ] >> reporter: for a lot of neighbors the best option was to stay and capitalize. >> second black friday. kind of weird. i see a lot of naked people. >> reporter: but good business? had yeah.
very good -- >> yeah. very good business. my mom is a patient here. it seems they love it. and the -- the -- they love it too. they are out here watching them. >> reporter: like the course itself this day heads down hill. the panhandle that looked like this at 9:00 a.m. looked like this at 1:00 p.m. >> people are carrying it. you have to hide it like this. drinking in public. >> reporter: yes, there was plenty of trash and abandon property on side streets but with this event's history things are graded on a scale. what did neighbors have to say? >> much better. much better. i haven't seen any issues this year at all. >> this street used to -- lots of bumps and bruises. only three today. we are doing pretty good.
>> reporter: six hours after it started the clean up was underway. a job that will take time and then we will do it all over again next year. >> then again, that is san francisco. welcome to the bay. >> reporter: in san francisco, wilson walker, kpix 5. up next, the end of an era, the final curtain call for the greatest show on earth.
shocking new video from british columbia of a little girl yanked into the water by a sea lion. she was not hurt. she was on the edge of the dock when it happened. authorities blame the situation on tourists feeding the sea lions. they could get aggressive when they are hungry. the curtain falls forever on ringling bros. and barnum & bailey circus and tonight these words heard for the final time. >> welcome to the greatest show on earth. >> after 146 years ringling bros. and barnum & bailey circus is folding up its tents for good. the circus gave its last performance tonight in new york. dechaining tickets sales and complaints from animal rights groups led to the end. we will be right back.